Change in America
After an election like no other, the US has a new president. Will Joe Biden be able to heal a nation that’s more divided than ever?
Below you’ll find a selection of our US coverage for you to read, watch and listen to.
Goodbye Donald: end of an era, or start of the sequel?
Sensemaker Live: What does Biden mean for Brexit?
US Election: The Result – what now?
The Tortoise Take: Be more Biden
Philip Collins: Biden brought the daylight
Michael Brendan Dougherty: What Trump got right
Philip Collins: Trump’s paean to untruth
David Taylor: These are the enablers
Matthew d’Ancona: Killing joke
Matthew d’Ancona: The president-elect’s speech
Matthew d’Ancona: The battle is just beginning
The Trump hangover
Joe Biden may be in the White House, but his predecessor has left more than just tan stains.
In the run-up to polling day on November 3, we looked at America’s electoral battlegrounds.
Florida: The punchline state
David Taylor visits the perennial swing state, a place where “weird shit happens every day”.
A small group of social media accounts have become super-spreaders of misinformation relating to public health. The most prolific of them all? Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Since World War Two, America has had the resources, the sense of mission and a claim to moral authority to lead. But in the age of Trump, it’s a role the US has abdicated.